Protesting Workers Shut Edo Assembly
Members of the Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria in Edo State, on Monday, shut the gates to the Edo State House of Assembly, following the expiration of the ultimatum for the implementation of financial autonomy in legislative houses in the country.
The situation, which developed into a protest in front of the Assembly, prevented the lawmakers from accessing the chamber.
At the commencement of the nationwide industrial action on Monday, Umaru Farouk Haruna, Chairman PASAN Edo state Chapter, said the national president of PASAN, Comrade Mohammed Usman, had directed all chairmen and secretaries to mobilise members for maximum compliance.
He added that the nationwide peaceful protest was being complied with by Edo State PASAN members after the expiration of two days ultimatum given to the government and governors of the 36 states to implement autonomy in all legislative Houses of the country, which was further extended by one week and ended October 27, 2023.

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